Merrily We Roll Along broke the house record at the Hudson in its first week of previews, and Sweeney Todd continues to top the charts.
There were 25 productions running on Broadway last week with 16 playing to 90% capacity or more.
It was the first week that the Will Swenson-led musical offered a Thursday matinee at the Broadhurst.
The revival played its final performance September 3.
Over the limited engagement's 10-day run, the magic show earned more than $3 million.
There were 26 Broadway productions on the boards during the week ending August 20.
Disney's long-running The Lion King again tops the list, taking in over $2 million at the Minskoff.
And, the long-running Disney hit The Lion King continues to roar at the box office, taking in over $2 million.
Box offices were busy last week, with only a 1% drop despite two fewer shows from the week prior.
Several shows saw their highest-grossing weeks yet as 257,204 people saw a Broadway show last week.
The immersive new musical's fortunes rose last week with a 50% increase at the box office.
The stage adaptation of the 1985 movie only played six performances last week, but still was a top grosser.
The screen-to-stage musical hit the ground running at precisely 88 (proverbial) miles per hour.
The 32 currently running shows continued their post-Tonys box-office climb last week, with gross and attendance increases of over three percent.
Broadway on the whole enjoyed a modest uptick in ticket sales in the week following Broadway's biggest night.
Grosses remained steady in the final pre-Tonys week on Broadway.
Broadway's top honors will be handed out June 11 in a ceremony the industry hopes will send ticket sales soaring.
The jukebox musical is up for Broadway's top honor at this year's Tony Awards, along with Kimberly Akimbo; New York, New York; Shucked; and Some Like It Hot.
Running at the Shubert Theatre, the new musical is nominated for 13 2013 Tony Awards, the most of any show this season.
Data shows Broadway has recovered nicely, but still has ground to regain.
Josh Groban and Annaleigh Ashford lead the Tony-nominated revival at the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre.
See how Broadway performed the week of the 2023 Tony nominations.
See how Broadway performed in the week before Tony nominations.
With the Tony eligibility cut-off in sight, Sweeney Todd is consistently proving to be the best performing of the season's new shows.
The Andrew Lloyd Webber musical ended its historic Broadway run April 16 at the Majestic Theatre.
The long-running Andrew Lloyd Webber musical continued to take a victory lap in its penultimate week on Broadway.
A varied group of musicals are establishing themselves as Broadway's newest box-office draws.
The RuPaul's Drag Race winner sashayed away from the long-running revival March 26.
The long-running Andrew Lloyd Webber musical will play its final performance April 16.
The long-running Andrew Lloyd Webber musical will play its final performance next month.
Josh Groban and Annaleigh Ashford are leading the Sondheim revival at the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre with Thomas Kail directing.
Previews of the Jason Robert Brown-Alfred Uhry musical's revival were met by neo-Nazi protesters.
The Andrew Lloyd Webber musical and the Jessica Chastain-led revival both began previews last week.
The long-running Kander and Ebb revival welcomed the two-time RuPaul's Drag Race winner last month.
The Richard Greenberg revival closed things out with the highest-grossing week of both of the production's recent Broadway runs.
The Phantom of the Opera and Funny Girl have become Broadway's highest-grossing shows.
After a holiday high and a spate of show closings, cumulative grosses fell to $25.8 million.
With shows closing, cumulative grosses fell to just under $34 million.
The first full week of 2023 took cumulative Broadway season grosses past $1 billion.
Audiences flocked to Broadway shows the week between Christmas and New Year's, delivering the best week on Broadway since before the pandemic.
Overall, the holiday week's reduced schedule led to a dip in receipts on the Main Stem.
Current star Lea Michele has helped the Broadway revival break the all-time house record at the August Wilson Theatre.
The musical played its final performance at Circle in the Square Theatre December 11.
Receipts fell overall following a Thanksgiving week-high, even as The Phantom of the Opera continues to play to sold-out houses.
Funny Girl enjoyed the highest-grossing week of its run even as star Lea Michele was sidelined.
The Andrew Lloyd Webber musical will end its historic run on Broadway in February.
Broadway's box office continued its upward trajectory with the highest-grossing week since May.
The Neil Diamond biomusical stars Will Swenson at the Broadhurst Theatre.
The comedian's The Old Man and the Pool filled the Vivian Beaumont in its first week of previews.
Glee star Lea Michele continues to draw crowds, with the revival enjoying the highest-grossing week of its run.
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